LEIF Davis is back in contention for this weekend's trip to Cardiff City, after recovering from a hamstring problem.

Having featured for four games in succession, the Leeds United loanee has been absent for the past two matches, wins over Barnsley and Queens Park Rangers.

And boss Scott Parker confirmed the 21-year-old is now back fit again, ready to challenge in-form Jordan Zemura for his left-back spot.

"Leif Davis trained today," said Parker.

"He wasn’t available for the weekend, due to a problem he felt in his hamstring.

"But that seems to have cleared up, so he trained today, fully with the team and seems to have come through that."

Asked if anybody else had picked up any knocks from the midweek win over QPR, Parker added: "Not anything of note really. A few tired bodies, but generally the squad is in a really good place in that sense.

"It’s always easier when you’re winning games and six points out of this week so far always makes the body feel a lot better.

"Junior (Stanislas) and Lewis (Cook) are where they are still, they’re not in contention, just on their way back.

"Junior’s progressing well and so is Lewis to be fair, Lewis is still on the trajectory where we see him."